Northern Human Services

Mission: To assist and advocate for people affected by mental illness, developmental disabilities and related disorders in living meaningful lives.

Northern Human Services Mental Health Programs provide an array of outpatient services to people of all ages living with mental illness. These services are individually tailored to each client need.

Services include:

  • individual,
  • group and family therapy,
  • case management,
  • functional support services,
  • financial case management,
  • supported employment,
  • assertive community treatment,
  • infant mental health,
  • day program services,
  • residential services,
  • psychiatric services and
  • medication management.

Northern Human Services Developmental Disability Programs provide an array of services to people of all ages living with developmental disabilities. These services are also individually tailored to the needs of each client and family as well as being participant directed and managed. Services can include residential, vocational, day services, and service coordination for adult clients. For children living with developmental disabilities there is early supports and services (early intervention), in home supports, family supports, and community playgroups.

Northern Human Services Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities programs provide 24/7 support; contact information differs based on office connection.

Hours of Operation
All offices are open
Monday – Friday
8/8:30 a.m. – 4/4:30 p.m.
Scheduled services do occur on the weekend as needed.